These images are either of views that were an inspiration (clearly, before the event) for the writing of Jellyfish or fortuitously depict, after the event, some of the ‘inspired’ words.
The problem with taking photographs today, when the story happened some 10 years ago, is the pace of change in London; there’s been so much architectural development in recent years that, in some ways, Frank’s London looks very different (and, incidentally, behaves very differently, too, e.g. smoking in pubs, paying for an evening newspaper, etc.). This is particularly so with the view from Knights Hill to the City, although the ‘Knights Hill’ street name sign remains, reassuringly, unchanged.
The majority (just) of the photographs are my own, but due to ill-health and my complete lack of aptitude with a camera, I’ve also plundered the internet to find images that (if you imagine hard enough) illustrate lines or passages from Jellyfish. So thanks to all the people who contributed their pictures to Pixabay and Stock.xchng, and to Sandra Danby for the Surrey bus stop.